Deptford Landings, formerly The Timberyard, is a new homes development set in a large regeneration area in south-east London, travel Zone 2. Built by the award winning Lendlease and measuring approx. 11,6 acres, Deptford Landings will add to this lively residential district over 1000 modern homes, a new park and a variety of additional facilities.
Deptford is a vibrant historical district set along the south bank of the Thames and bordering with Surrey Quays, Greenwich and Blackheath. Deptford’s High Street is a short walk away from these new homes, with an attractive mix of shops, cafés, restaurants, arts & crafts workshops and markets. The area has great rail, DLR, Underground and bus transport links reaching the City, the West End and Canary Wharf within half an hour.
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Deptford Landings, or The Timberyard, is located between two stations, Deptford and Surrey Quays, both less than a 15-minute walk from the development. Trains to Cannon Street (15 mins) go via London Bridge (9 mins). The London Overground links Surrey Quays with Canada Water, Highbury & Islington and Croydon. A short walk away is Canada Water Underground station serviced by Jubilee line trains to Canary Wharf, Stratford or towards London Bridge and Bond Street to Stanmore, North London.
Deptford Landings (The Timberyard) is set between Pepys Park and Deptford Park and is only a stroll from the River Thames. This inner city destination is made up of approx. 28 acres of green space and will incorporate an additional Waterline linear park, which follows the historic route of the Grand Surrey Canal, and connects the development with well established Surrey Quays. Also, the development will create a tapestry of private rooftop gardens, courtyards, public paths and squares planted with trees, hedges and flowers.
Properties form the first phase of Deptford Landings development delivered over 200 homes. In this collection are one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments and four-bedroom Henry Street townhouses.
Powered by an on-site energy hub, these new homes are designed as energy-efficient open-plan living spaces.